Airframe

An aircraft's structure without powerplants or aircraft systems.

airframe

[n] - the framework and covering of an airplane or rocket (excluding the engines)
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Airframe

The structure of an aircraft, without power plant and systems. See also: Aircraft.
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Airframe

The structure of an aeroplane without the engine(s).
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airframe

noun the framework and covering of an airplane or rocket (excluding the engines)
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airframe

basic structure of an airplane or spacecraft excluding its power plant and instrumentation; its principal components thus include the wings, ... [2 related articles]
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airframe

The assembled main structural and aerodynamic components of a vehicle, less propulsion systems, control guidance equipment, and payloads. The airframe includes only the basic structure on which equipment is mounted.
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Airframe

The airframe of an aircraft is its mechanical structure. It is typically considered to include fuselage, wings and undercarriage and exclude the propulsion system. Airframe design is a field of aerospace engineering that combines aerodynamics, materials technology and manufacturing methods to achieve balances of performance, reliability and cost. ...
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Airframe

the structure of an aircraft without the powerplant. It is generally considered to consist of five principle units
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Airframe

the structure of an aircraft without the powerplant. It is generally considered to consist of five p
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